One of the leaders of La Cámpora pointed out against Cafiero and Guzmán: "We are all expendable"

The electoral defeat unleashed a true underground war within the Frente de Todos. While Alberto Fernández quickly let it be known that he plans to support his main ministers, from Kirchnerism they made it clear that they expect a “renewal” of the national cabinet.

One of the first to publicly pressure the President was the Minister of Development of the Buenos Aires Community, Andrés “Cuervo” Larroque, who demanded, on El Uncover Radio, “take the corresponding measures” that “solve the problems of the people.”

Although he clarified that it was not the time to “blame” personal, the leader of La Cámpora – very close to Cristina Kirchner – explained that “Peronism has to do Peronism” and that it is necessary to “reprofile the Frente de Todos.”

Although he clarified that it was not the time to “blame” personal, the leader of La Cámpora – very close to Cristina Kirchner – explained that “Peronism has to do Peronism” and that it is necessary to “reprofile the Frente de Todos.”

However, the historical examples highlighted by Larroque left no doubt that hard Kirchnerism is seeking the departure of the Chief of Staff, Santiago Cafiero, and the Minister of Economy, Martín Guzmán.

“In 2009, Aníbal (Fernánez) and Amado (Boudou) became head of the Cabinet and Economy. In 2013, Coqui (Capitanich) and Axel (Kicillof) entered. They are things that require that we react with reflexes and listen to people, “he said. And he added: “We are all expendable, we are at the service of the people, period. Everyone has to assume the historical responsibility that they have ”.

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